Onboarding takes 2 years for many CIOs
It used to be said that the average CIO job lasted about two years. That number has been revised upward to three years, which is a very good thing. According to new research on the CIO role, it takes two years for a new CIO just to get up to speed in the organization. According to new research conducted at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and the European School of Management and Technology in Berlin, and published in the report, "How Newly Appointed Chief Information Officers Take Charge," some CIOs are not given enough time to acclimate to a new job.
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